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Thread: Wii Motion Plus problem

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    Wii Motion Plus problem

    I recently bought a WM+ controller and straight from the off i noticed the connector is very loose,is this the norm? i ask this because i am having great difficulty getting it to do what i want in games like Tiger Woods 2010,Grand Slam Tennis and Wii Sports Resort,when i pause the game in WSR,the Wiimote itself is spinning wildly yet i have seen videos and on WSR and the Wiimote i spinning very slowly or even stopped

    is mine faulty or do i just suck

    is there any way of testing

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    you can setup it see the mean la..

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    what?
    say that in english :s

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    Do you have the lock on?

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    it was actally faulty,i took it back to the shop and got a replacement and what a difference it makes

    ossot,yes lock was on but thx anyway

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    Can you confirm the loose connector on the replacement ? I bought two of them and they both have loose conectors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpa View Post
    Can you confirm the loose connector on the replacement ? I bought two of them and they both have loose conectors.
    i think its the norm... mine is also loose but works great!

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    The only game so far that its done anything for me is tiger woods 2010 - this gives me twist on the club, virtua tennis 2009 I cant tell any differance with it on or off.

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    you have to go into options before each game in VT09 and turn on M+

    if you see the bars above their heads, it's not using M+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ossot View Post
    you have to go into options before each game in VT09 and turn on M+

    if you see the bars above their heads, it's not using M+
    That sounds like a real pain, remind me not to waste my time with that game. It should be plainly obvious to the Wii if you've got it fitted and similarly easy for the game to detect it. That's just lazy programming.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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